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18. People cannot be morally responsible for things over which they have no control. Therefore, they should not be held morally responsible for any inevitable consequences of such things, either. Determining whether adults have any control over the treatment they are receiving can be difficult. Hence in some cases it can be difficult to know whether adults bear any moral responsibility for the way they are treated. Everyone, however, sometimes acts in ways that are an inevitable consequence of treatment received as an infant and infants clearly cannot control, and so are not morally responsible for, the treatment they receive.

Anyone making the claims above would be logically committed to which one of the following further claims?

(A) An infant should never be held morally responsible for an action that infant has performed.
(B) There are certain commonly performed actions for which no one performing those actions should ever be held morally responsible.
(C) Adults who claim that they have no control over the treatment they are receiving should often be held at least partially responsible for being so treated.
(D) If a given action is within a certain person’s control that person should be held morally.
(E) No adult should be held morally responsible for every action he or she performs.
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Jun 2005, 06:17
(E) No adult should be held morally responsible for every action he or she performs.

1. From the stem, some of the adults act in ways following treatments they received when they were infants.
2. Again the adults were once infants, and from the stem, you cannot hold infants responsible for what they do.

So (E).
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Jun 2005, 07:10
E for me too.

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